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www.moorestownsun.com
MAY 9-15, 2012
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Gardening expo
Learn to compost, what toplant and more.
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CouncilapprovesPryorproject
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
The township councilmoved forward officially withone aspect of its athletic fieldsproject and agreed unofficiallyto move forward with another.Following another publicmeeting, members of thecouncil said they’re waitingfor more information beforedeciding the fate of the multi-million dollar, four athleticfield complex improvementproject.The council approved an or-dinance on first reading tomove ahead with a completemakeover of Pryor Park, thecost of which won't impacttaxes for township residents,largely in part through dona-tions from the MoorestownYouth Baseball Federation.The group has agreed to do-nate $15,000 a year for the next15-years, MYBF President BobMcCourt said.The federation has also pro-cured private donations for atotal of nearly $300,000 for theproject.Bids for Pryor Park were$415,000, with the baseballfields scheduled to get new ar-tificial turf infields, new lightsand improved drainage.Council members also ver-
Couple races to raise funds
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
It’s the end of a three-year jour-ney that finished with Brad andTerry Zimmerman running 26.2-miles through the streets of Boston and raising more than$20,000 for the institution thatonce saved Brad’s life.The Zimmermans successfullyran one of the most famousmarathons in the world during asweltering 80-degree day on April16, just two years after surgerysaved Brad’s life.The couple was showing theirappreciation for the Massachu-setts Eye and Ear Infirmary,whose surgeon, Dr. MichaelMcKenna, and his team, success-fully removed a 2.5-centimetertumor from Brad’s brain on May28, 2010.They ran the marathon withthe “Team Eye and Ear 2012” forMEEI.It’s been a long and interestingpath for Brad and Terry sinceMay 2010, when Brad was first di-agnosed with a vestibularschwannoma (acoustic neuroma)brain tumor. For months prior tothe diagnosis, Brad noticed hear-ing in one ear was beginning todecline, which he said he thoughtwas a side effect from working foryears in law enforcement.He didn’t think too much aboutit and despite his doctor tellinghim to get an MRI, he put it off.But when Brad tried to apply foran increase to his long-term careinsurance, the company said hemust get an MRI before he couldbe approved.The couple, living in the Ba-hamas at the time, traveled to
Special to The Sun
Brad and Terry Zimmerman hold and raise their hands as they cross the finish line at the BostonMarathon. The Moorestown couple ran the marathon for a team representing the Massachusetts Eye andEar Infirmary, raising more than $20,000 for the hospital where Brad had a brain tumor removed twoyears ago.
 please see
VERBAL, page 11
 please see
MONEY, page 13
 
John Kriger of Kriger Consult-ing, Inc., presents a free work-shop, “Motivating Minds and Im-proving Potential – Raising EvenMore Successful Kids,” at theMoorestown Library meetingroom on Monday, May 14, from 7to 8:30 p.m.The workshop is made possiblethough a grant from the Burling-ton County Board of ChosenFreeholders through the Office of Human Services, Alcohol andDrug Abuse Unit. The workshopis free but registration is re-quired. It’s open to visitors 18 andolder.This highly engaging and in-teractive training provides skills,strategies and methods for engag-ing learners, overcoming resist-ance and teaching to increase re-call. Increase retention, optimizelearning, and feel more empow-ered to make a difference. Learnto decrease acting out and maxi-mize recall.This workshop provides vitalinformation you cannot afford tobe without. Experience practicalmethods to make a greater differ-ence in your environment today.Learn the most current trends,and what to look for.Discover the undetected im-pact of these behaviors on the de-veloping brain and low-cost meth-ods for improving student learn-ing, reducing the potential fornegative involvement – and howto enhance student and staff en-gagement.Ask questions, and get answersyou need.Please call (856) 234-0333 to reg-ister.If you have questions regard-ing the workshop, call (609) 387-5226 or email john@krigercon-sulting.com.To welcome spring – and just intime for Mother’s Day – a garden-ing expo will be held at the Agri-cultural Center (Farmer’s Marketon 500 Centerton Road) inMoorestown on Saturday, May 12.An extensive plant sale, gar-dening presentations, activitiesfor children, and food are justsome of the attractions at theExpo, which runs from 10 a.m. to3 p.m.Master gardeners will be onhand to offer tips and answerquestions.The plant sale will feature a va-riety of affordable perennials, na-tive plants, daylilies and more. Agarden-themed flea market willcompliment the live plant sale.All thumbs or green thumb?Check out these free presenta-tions:
11 a.m.:
Backyard composting.
Noon:
Plants for pollinators.
1 p.m.:
Rain barrel presenta-tion.
1 to 2:30 p.m.:
Make a rain bar-rel workshop. Tickets for thisworkshop are $45 and the classsize is limited to 15 people. Regis-ter in advance at (856) 216-7130,ext. 3.
2 p.m.:
Choosing native plants.There will also be talks on gar-dening basics and the value of trees.“The county’s goal is to makethis center the focal point of hor-ticultural and agricultural educa-tion in Burlington County,” saidBrooke McMinn, horticulturalistand master gardener coordinator,Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Burlington County.For children, the 4-H Children’sGarden, and a make-and-takeflowerpot activity (for a small fee)will be available.Food from local vendors will beon sale, and Bad Dogz and WarmHearted Country will provide livemusic.Come for gardening, plants,music, food and fun to theBurlington County CommunityAgricultural Center at 500 Center-ton Road.Burlington County Communi-ty Agricultural Center, is home tothe Saturday Farmer’s Market,which officially opens the follow-ing Saturday.Sponsored by the Rutgers Co-operative Extension, 4-H and theBurlington County Master Gar-deners.
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213 Chester Ave • Moorestown, NJ
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856.234.4123
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856.234.4123
Come try our daily specials (Mon. - Fri.) 
$
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includes Bev., Soup & SideHomemade Soups prepared Daily
New Menu Item -“Cranberry Walnut Chicken Salad”
FREE WiFi 
Varieties of Mulch and Special Spring Pricing 
Black and Brown Colored Local Hardwood
(Triple Ground)
$29
cubic yard picked-up
$99
3 cubic yardsdelivered ($33 cubic yard)
$155
5 cubic yardsdelivered ($31 cubic yard)
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